Artist's Statement: 

I draw what I see in my mind and I draw what I see in front of me. Art is meditation, peace and renewal. It helps me to document my thoughts, tell stories, and sometimes even sort out problems and answer questions. My approach is simple. My wish is that people are moved and it causes them to think, dream, or simply want to make art for themselves.

Inonge earned her BFA Howard University major in Studio Art, and minored in Graphic Design and Art History, Multimedia Specialist Certification, User Experience Design Certification from General Assembly. Education

Inonge's influences include Romare Bearden, Mishu, Varnette Honeywood, African hair salon mural and billboard art, and Picasso. Her artistic Philosophy is that "Life is art, art is life, and attention to art makes life worth living." Insights and techniques Inonge employs include acrylic on canvas, wood and artboard, watercolors and india inks on paper, and collage. When painting on fablic, Inonge uses acrylics by creating a smooth surface first with a palette knife. Inonge would like most to accomplish with her art: to share her joy, delight and wonder at being alive. ​